1 — used after neither to show something is also not true, possible, allowed, etc. ▪ It's neither good nor bad. ▪ I neither know nor care what they think. ▪ Neither you nor I nor anyone else will tell him. ▪ His problems are neither my business nor yours. ◊When neither and nor are used to join two subjects, the verb should agree with the subject that is closer to it.
▪ Neither my mother nor I am going there today. — see also neither here nor there at 1here2 — used after a negative statement to introduce a related negative word or statement ▪ She's not the best student in her class, (but) nor is she the worst. ▪ He didn't quit his job, nor was he fired. ▪ He is not going to the meeting (and) nor am I. ▪ (formal) “I don't know her.” “Nor do I.” [=neither do I; I don't know her either]
▪ Neither my mother nor I am going there today. — see also neither here nor there at 1here